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One Minute Meditation Six Healing Sounds Part 1

Swami Veda has said that it is better to sit for 1  minute of pure awareness than trying to sit for extended periods of time with a wandering mind. Mantak Chai a healing practitioner from Thailand, created the Universal Healing Tao System and promotes the Six Healing Sounds. Today’s practice is combining the best of […]

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Sitting For One Minute Meditation

Swami Veda has said that it is better to sit for 1  minute of pure awareness than trying to sit for extended periods of time with a wandering mind. Take six deep breaths with a falling out breath…inhale…. exhale…Haaaawwwww Take a soft gaze without concentrating on a focal point Take a few easy breaths Just […]

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Lifestyle & Yoga Cancer Tips: Japa Meditation Part 2

Japa Meditation is a form of meditation using a mantra (or chant)  to quiet the mind.  Allow your busy mind to take notice and rest in the spaces between the letters of a word or a phrase to release your ruminating thoughts. Today we will use : Maya Mrityunjaya Mantra – a healing mantra that […]

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Lifestyle & Yoga Cancer Tips: Japa Meditation

Japa Meditation is a form of meditation using a mantra to quiet the mind. A mantra is a chant  that helps release the mind from ruminating thoughts. Japa meditation is taking notice and resting your mind in the spaces between the letters of a word or a phrase to release your ruminating thoughts. Try this […]

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Daily Mantra

Mantras are chants that free the mind from the normal hustle and bustle of ruminating thoughts we have. In the following weeks I will be posting different Sanskrit mantras, as well as English mantras. Find a quiet place, a noisy place…any place and repeat: I AM LOVE, I AM LOVED, I AM LOVING i.e. ruminating […]

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Cocoa for Your Soul, Skin, and Feet

Cocoa for your soul, skin and feet Moisten your hands with a cocoa moisturizer, relax into a cocoa footbath and sip on a cocoa tea. We all think of hot cocoa in the winter and spring while we wait for the warmth to come calling on us like a proper gentleman. It is part the […]

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Finding Your Path in Cancer

I first directly confronted cancer at the age of seven when my great uncle, who lived two houses from me, was diagnosed. I watched as he went through treatments, as he lost strength, as he eventually lost his will and then the quite moments before he passed away two years after his battle began. Before […]

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Cancer Yoga Tip for Today: Looking for Faults

Cancer Yoga Tip for Today: When you are looking for faults in others you are using avoidance to escape your own life. When you feel the impulse to judge others for their faults take a moment with yourself. Breathe gently into your belly. Sit, stand or dance and feel your feet on the ground while feeling the body […]

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Cancer Yoga Tip For Today: Products

Cancer Yoga Tip for Today: You are what you eat. We have all heard this before… but what about what you are putting on your skin? Please take a moment to look up some of your body care products and baby products. http://www.ewg.org/skindeep/ You will be surprised by what you find. Take action to take […]

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Cancer Yoga Tip for Today: Cloud Watching

How often do you look up to the sky? We spend so much time in our own heads that we often forget to look around us. Look up today. Sit at your window, lay on the floor, lay outside (but bundle up) and let your eyes gaze over the clouds and colors in the sky. […]

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